The 2017 Transmission Reliability R&D Reliability & Markets Peer Review included 11 presentations on June 14, 2017 in Washington, DC. Presentations are available through the links. The agenda and list of presentations are available below.
The Reliability and Markets activity of the Transmission Reliability program researches, develops, and implements electricity infrastructure and market simulations that integrate economics and engineering principles. The activity helps to ensure electric reliability, while also improving the efficiency and economics of market operations.
- Models and Strategies for Optimal Demand Side Management in the Chemical Industries - Michael Baldea, University of Texas at Austin
- Economical and Engineering Aspects of Proactive Demand Participation: Centralized versus Bilateral Control Structure - Nanpeng Yu, University of California at Riverside
- Multi-Stage and Multi-Timescale Robust Co-Optimization Planning for Reliable and Sustainable Power Systems - Lei Wu, Clarkson University
- Management of Risk and Uncertainty through Optimized Cooperation of Transmission System and Microgrids with Responsive Loads - Lindsay Anderson, Cornell University
- Flexible Service Contracting for Risk Management within Integrated Transmission and Distribution Systems - Zhaoyu Wang, Iowa State University Science & Tech
- Impact of Coordinated Aggregation of DER on Bulk Power System Performance - Alejandro Dominguez-Garcia, University of Illinois at Urban Champaign
- Managing Uncertainty in the Modern Power System - Eilyan Yamen Bitar, Cornell University
- Probabilistic Forecast of Real-Time LMPs - Lang Tong, Power Systems Engineering Research Center
- On Valuing System Inertia and Fast Storage Response - Ti Xu, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- Dynamic Reserve Policies for Market Management Systems - Kory Hedman, Arizona State University
- Random Topology Power Grid Modeling and Automated Simulation Platform - Zhifang Wang, Virginia Commonwealth University